Lincoln Park Zoo

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April 21, 2015
Helping Hyenas

Time for a nap? Scientist Anna Czupryna shares this shot of hyenas cooling off in Serengeti National Park. A Lincoln Park Zoo-led vaccination campaign protects these predators from diseases like rabies and distemper.

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February 20, 2015
Aardvark Asleep

As this photo #FromACurator shows, our female aardvark, Patsy, just loves sleeping in….although she is nocturnal!

February 19, 2015
Cabin Fever Cure: Think Rink

The forecast calls for low 30s on Saturday, and the zoo’s rink at the Farm-in-the-Zoo will be open for $5 glides!

February 19, 2015
Madagascar Hissing Cockroach Molting

The Madagascar hissing cockroaches at Regenstein African Journey blend into the walls of their exhibit...unless they've just molted, as this photo #FromACurator shows.

February 18, 2015
Where Did the Snow Monkeys Come From?

Where did the zoo’s new snow monkeys come from? Scientist Steve Ross offers an expert look back at their origins in Inuyama, Japan.

February 18, 2015
Tickets Now On Sale for Easter Egg-Stravaganza!

Tickets are now on sale for Lincoln Park Zoo’s Easter Egg-Stravaganza, our family-friendly, holiday-weekend celebration on Saturday, April 4!

February 17, 2015
Help Us Sell Out this Month’s Wish List!

Just two items remain on this month’s Wish List for the zoo’s animals—and they’re strictly for the birds.

February 17, 2015
Cool Chameleon

New species alert! A juvenile Meller's chameleon is looking good at Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House, as this photo #FromACurator shows.

February 14, 2015
Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day! The gorillas at Regenstein Center for African Apes enjoyed tasty treats to mark the occasion.

February 13, 2015
Photo of the Week: February 13

Ready for Valentine’s Day? So is silverback gorilla Kwan, who scarfs up a sweet heart-shaped treat in our Photo of the Week!

February 12, 2015
Sleep Over at the Zoo!

Want to spend the night at the zoo with your child? Sleep next to white-faced saki monkeys, two-toed sloths and river otters?

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